"Google has partnered with 3D laser scanning nonprofit CyArk to help preserve historical sites around the world that are at risk of irreversible damage or total erasure due to human conflict and natural disasters.
Date: September 10-11, 2018
Discourses about the essence of Digital Humanities (DH) became very frequent in the last decade. While digital mega-projects increasingly attract large research funding both on national and on European level, a large number of questions regarding the added value of DH tools, the robustness of methodological approaches and vulnerabilities of infrastructure remain open.
Apologies for cross-posting. Please see the announcement below for the launch of a new Carribean Digital Humanities projet, the RSHHGG Lab:
The RSHHGG Lab is live!
The site is an interactive online index of nearly 100 years of the Revue de la Société Haïtienne d’Histoire, de Géographie et de Géologie, the periodical arm of Haiti’s oldest intellectual society that is still active today.
International conference at the Royal netherlands academy of arts and scienCES, Amsterdam (NLD), 13-15 December 2018
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California History is seeking articles for its Public History column.
Dan Cohen reflects on the new generation's approach to coding:
"I would characterize the general interest of my kids’ generation in coding as being lukewarm. They get it, they see the power of programming, and yet they are much more interested in the creativity that can occur on top of the technical stack."
Source: Dan Cohen, "The Post-Coding Generation?" Dan Cohen Blog, March 28, 2018, https://dancohen.org/2018/03/28/the-post-coding-generation/amp/